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Saturday, March 10, 2012


Took a drive out to Waterton National Park today. Blue sky and dry pavement led the way for the Mustang to cruise. Got to the park and found that they shut everything down and pretty much shovel their way around all winter. Not a lot happening but the scenery was strategic.


Gone were the pedestrians shopping for ice cream. Instead creamy banks of snow pushed their way up to the windows and roofs of the cabins.


At the edge of the lake the snow crystals are as smooth as sand. It is almost a believable beach scene until you step out of the vehicle and are greeted with a chilling wind that is well known to the people of the Pincher Creek and Waterton area.


Victoria Day weekend the shops will open up and I hope to come back and enjoy this serene location once more.



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